How has Covid-19 affected factor performance and valuations? (APAC timezone)

Presented by

Philip Lawlor, MD and Head of Global Investment Research and Marlies van Boven, Head of Global Investment Research, EMEA

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Join our Global Investment Research webinar for analysis and examination of Factor Performance across the globe and the long term shift in Factor Valuations. Our presenters from the Global Investment Research team, will address key developments and questions including: • What rotation has there been in factors through the period of COVID-19 volatility? • What has happened to the valuation of factors in both absolute and relative terms? • What is driving the divergence in performance between Quality and Value stocks across regions? They will draw upon data and analysis from our Market Maps “Factor Indicator” quarterly report, to help inform their discussions. CPD Certified: 0.5 CE Credit
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